ITAGAKI Takahiro <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> In fact, we can accept options like:
>   initdb -E UTF8 --locale=Japanese_Japan.932 -- CP932 is SJIS in nature

Hmm, but does that really work safely?  I think varstr_cmp() does work,
because it forces our data into wchar format and then calls wcscoll().
The thing that scares me is that various random other operating-system
calls might deliver strings in an unexpected encoding.  We've been
through similar problems with timezone names reported by strftime, for

                        regards, tom lane

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